[Rhythmbox-devel] binaries available from the Cooperative Bug Isolation Project

The Cooperative Bug Isolation Project is a research effort at UC 
Berkeley and Stanford that is exploring novel ways to track down bugs 
using automated, lightweight feedback from actual user runs.  We 
recently added Rhythmbox 0.5.3 to our suite of instrumented 
applications, with Red Hat Linux 9 RPMs ready for download.


The more users we get, the more data we get.  And the more data we get, 
the better information we can provide back to you about how Rhythmbox 
behaves (or misbehaves) in the real world.  Toward that end, would you 
like to add a link to our project from the Rhythmbox download page? 
Perhaps something like the following could be added to the existing 
"User Contributed Binary Packages" ... "RPM" subheading:

instrumented RPMs</a> are also available from <a 
href="http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~liblit/sampler/";>the Cooperative Bug 
Isolation Project</a>.  These builds send feedback that may help us find 
and fix bugs even faster.</p>

Let me know what you think, or if you have any questions about what it 
is we're doing.  Cheers!

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